Thursday, August 28, 2008 23:01
DNC Protesters Arrested, Shackled, Denied Attorneys, Forced To Plead
Guilty The ACLU has accused the Denver Police Department of violating
the constitutional rights of protesters arrested in the vicinity of
the Democratic National Convention by denying them access to lawyers,
forcing them to plead guilty to inappropriate charges and placing some
of them in leg shackles.
Edition Smears Jones For Malkin Confrontation Despite promises to remain impartial
and tell the truth about what really happened, Inside Edition unsurprisingly
characterized Alex Jones' DNC confrontation of Michelle Malkin as a
"hateful attack," while the Dallas Morning News engaged in
outright libel by claiming Jones had chanted "kill Michelle Malkin,"
a brazen lie that is still doing the rounds on neo-con blogs.
pyramid capable of housing one million people to be built in Dubai
Ancient civilizations, the Maya and Ancient Egypt, are known for their
incredible art of architecture. The ancient people could never imagine
that the form of their pyramids would be used as a model for the latest
ecology-friendly construction that will become another decoration of
Dubai, InFuture.ru reports.
demands Georgian troops retreat Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has
told his French counterpart Nicolas Sarkozy that Georgian troops must
return to their barracks in line with a French-brokered ceasefire.
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soldiers say they executed Iraqis Three U.S. soldiers killed four handcuffed
and blindfolded Iraqi prisoners with pistol shots on the bank of a Baghdad
canal last year, the New York Times reported on Wednesday.